Cast: Kangana Ranaut
Director: Hansal Mehta
Verdict: 2 stars
Kangana’s character overshadows every other character in the film
KANGANA Ranaut without any assistance drove Queen to radiance thus when she offered us a look into the universe of Simran, yeah, we were sold. The trailer guaranteed a film that would be a record of a solitary lady who didn’t require a man to characterise her place on the planet. A divorcee living with her family in Atlanta, life takes a sudden surprising turn following a night in Vegas. How Praful, a calm housekeeping young lady turns into a cheat under various conditions is what truly matters to the film. The films titles Simran and post interval you get to know why is the filmed so… seems like a rather coaxed title. What was Hansal Mehta even thinking?
Coming to Ranaut, there isn’t anything that she can’t do. Her Gujrati accent and her propensity to assume parts composed with a specific edge has been set up finished the most recent couple of years. With Simran, she has a field day endeavoring each conceivable feeling and exhibiting her normal partiality towards drawing out the most characteristic human feelings – satisfaction, distress, outrage, love. Some of the jokes are truly amusing and Ranaut dishes them out with her mark swag.
Ranaut’s character eclipses each other character in the film and the greater part of the supporting characters appear to be composed to serve her and further exhibit her acting cleaves. It gets exhausting and moves toward becoming uni-dimensional at an early stage. Likewise there is a touch of weariness that sets in with Ranaut’s execution. She needs to take a break from playing indistinguishable characters. Once upon a time she was pigeonholed as the issue youngster, who has a dim past, now she’s caught playing the bohemian wild tyke with an eccentric identity. Ranaut’s prior exhibitions – be it Queen or Tanu Weds Manu – have bid likewise in light of the fact that they were upheld by a strong supporting cast which is obviously out of order in Simran.
Overall, a one-time watch!